Strangeloop designs, builds, installs, and supports hardware and software solutions that accelerate the performance of websites and web-based applications.
Founded in 2006, Strangeloop’s original product offering was the Strangeloop AS1000, a delivery-focused accelerator for ASP.NET. In 2010, the company launched Site Optimizer, a next-generation solution that offers a powerful set of features that work together to provide roundtrip reduction, rapid rendering, and dynamic browser caching. Site Optimizer makes Strangeloop’s web acceleration capabilities available to companies in different environments: as a hardware appliance, as a virtual appliance, and as a service via the cloud.
Companies like Petco, Travelocity, Visa, Sodexo, and O’Reilly Media have implemented the Strangeloop Site Optimizer on their websites and increased sales by 13%, increased organic search results by 10%, and received ROI within weeks.
News on Strangeloop
Rubikloud is launching a retail intelligence platform. Called RUDI, it is a product layer that retailers use which delivers actionable recommendations. RUDI is used across the entire... more
GrowLab announced last week that Mark Relph had joined the Vancouver accelerator as their first Entrepreneur-in-Residence. At the time they alluded that they would be adding more EiRs to the roster... more
Two years ago, Vancouver's Strangeloop Networks inked strategic partnerships with two significant players in the competitive content delivery network space: Industry gorilla Akamai Technologies and... more
Tablets are right in the middle of smartphones and desktops or laptops. They're more portable than a desktop or laptop, but not quite as portable as a smartphone. Yet they're more practical than a... more
These days, to get votes, politicians need to have effective digital presences. Television smear campaigns and kissing babies at public photo-ops don't cut it anymore—you need to have a... more
Joshua Bixby, president of Vancouver's Strangeloop, has offered the world his 2012 web predictions. Below are shortened paraphrases of his predictions; check them out in full on his blog, Web... more
Last night BC Business hosted their annual Best Companies to Work for in BC event and the high-tech companies that were honored insisted that retaining employees is not their biggest challenge.... more
Vancouver's Strangeloop announced yesterday that it has raised $10 million in series B funding from a private investment group. According to TechCrunch it is a group of Canadian super angels. The... more
Today Vancouver-based Strangeloop Networks announced its latest product – Mobile Site Optimizer – the first website acceleration solution designed from the ground up to meet the... more
Business magazine BCBusiness's latest issue reveals what it believes to be our country's top 20 most innovative companies this year. Topping the list is the City of Vancouver, with its... more
Vancouver's Strangeloop Networks accomplished something quite extraordinary today. They inked almost identical strategic partnerships with two significant players in the competitive content... more
BCBusiness released their rankings yesterday about which companies are the best to work for in the province. The rankings for “B.C.’s Best Companies, Circa 2010,” were broken... more
In 2009, Forrester Consulting released a survey showing that web users became impatient after waiting just 2 seconds for a page to load. This morning Vancouver's Strangeloop Networks announced... more
Impact is a monthly speaker series featuring the winners and finalists from the 2009 Technology Impact Award (TIAs). Impact events are good opportunities to network. There is time before and after... more
BC Business Magazine has named the Best Companies to Work for in BC and the Vancouver tech community is well represented. In the Companies with Fewer than 100 Employees category, Strangeloop... more
The Government of Canada as been actively supporting research and development through the National Research Council (NRC) since 1916. Their Industrial Research Assistance Program (IRAP) has a long... more
Jonathan Bixby, the CEO of Strangeloop Networks, was on hand at the BCTIA’s IMPACT series, which took place at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Vancouver Thursday evening, to explain what made... more
BCTIA's IMPACT Speaker Series features Finalists and Winners of the BCTIA Annual Technology Impact Awards - representatives of these featured companies share their successes, lessons learned and... more
Vancouver startup Strangeloop Networks has won accolades for its recent success in winning investment and enthusiasm from industry analysts. A profile in the Vancouver Sun highlights their success:... more